Bilateral Symmetry


A fine example of Biology. No not the human; mind you- the bilateral symmetry. If we were to split the organism precisely in half, it would be even on both sides.


The chickens are a fine example of heterotrophic organisms.  They forage for food and must drink water in order to live.


This plant is an autotroph. It gets it’s nourishment from the sun, water, and the sod.


This crustacean’s shell (prawn) is an exoskeleton.


The waxy cuticle on the leaves of this plant provide protection. Upon scraping the leaf, a thin, white membrane is produced.